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In-between Coffee Klatch

Due to popular demand, Coffee Klatch has been scheduled EVERY WEEK! This In-Betweener is just like the regular Coffee Klatch where we show up somewhere between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM -ish and chat about whatever we feel like. Jeans, t-shirts, and tennies are the suggested attire. Although, we'll still talk to you if you show up looking better.

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  • Joan C.

    Good group!

    2 days ago

  • Dana P.

    Enjoyable conversation with informed people.

    1 · 2 days ago

  • Joan C.

    Let's keep theistic ideas out of CFI. Center for Inquiry's founding principles rejected belief in the supernatural. What gives???

    2 days ago

  • Fred M.

    I thought that these Satan Club people were merely posing as a joke, in order to counteract the religious Clubs that have had their meetings sanctioned in Public Schools, nothing more. It wouldn't surprise me to find that this was yet another organization that was posing as one thing merely as an avenue into the mainstream so that they could become more influential in society. It is after all the way in which many of these religious organizations found acceptance in Society. As a rule I don't appreciate deception in any form.

    November 25

  • Joseph L.

    I completely agree with Dana. There is no place for any organized religion, be it devil worship or any other kind of theistic following, in CFI, an organization which, as Dana pointed out, fosters a secular and scientific approach to inquiry.

    November 24

  • Dana P.

    The recent introduction of ‘After School Satan Club’ by the so called Satanic Temple is at odds with the mission statement of CFI. CFI does not seek to replace one form of religion with another form of religion. Wikipedia provides a short description of Satanism as – Theistic Satanism (also known as traditional Satanism, Spiritual Satanism, or Devil worship) is a form of Satanism with the primary belief that Satan is an actual deity or force to revere or worship.

    CFI, in its effort to promote a secular, nontheistic society has a membership that includes many people who self-identify as atheist or agnostic. An atheist is NOT a Satanist. A Satanist is a religious person. A participant in ‘After School Satan Club’ is then a religious, not a secularist, or agnostic, or atheist, person. After School Satan Club, cannot be considered a part of the CFI mission and must not be promoted by CFI associated organizations.

    November 23

  • Dana P.

    The mission of the Center for Inquiry (CFI) is to foster a secular society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values.

    Secular is generally defined as; 1. Denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis. Such as “secular buildings”. Synonyms: nonreligious, areligious, lay, temporal, worldly, earthly
    A secular society then is a nonreligious society, a society that has no religious or spiritual basis.

    November 23

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